Next 4-Week Course Starts Monday Nights Via Zoom, November 9, 16, 23, 30
Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is an evidence-based approach that is simple to understand yet challenging to implement. During each session of our 4-week workshop, participants will have the opportunity to role play the use of Plan B to address a specific problem impacting their child. Participants will also be given tools to practice utilizing Plan B between sessions. By the end of the fourth session, participants will have identified a specific problem to be solved, hypothesized about the underlying lagging skills, understood their child’s concerns, articulated their own concerns, and engaged in a collaborative discussion with their child in an attempt to durably solve the problem. Research has shown that the effectiveness of CPS increases when implemented with fidelity. If you have a basic understanding of CPS but want support turning knowledge into action, this workshop is for you!
Elisa Brown received her degree in Psychology and Social Behavior from the School of Social Ecology at UC Irvine. She is the parent of two energetic boys and is passionate about using a Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach with both of them. Elisa is Tier I trained in CPS and is actively in pursuit of CPS Certification. She wants to share her knowledge, strength, and experience with other parents who are in pursuit of a relational and compassionate parenting approach that is also scientifically validated. By leading HBCC’s Role Play Workshop and Parenting Book Club, Elisa aspires to help parents feel confident in their utilization of CPS.
Class is limited to 6 participants/3 Couples.
Pre-registration is required.
Fee is $75 for one person and $100 per couple.
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